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14 Fun Facts About Mount Rushmore
Series: 14 Fun Facts. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 3,240. Language: English. Published: September 28, 2016 by LearningIsland.com. Categories: Nonfiction » Children's Books » History / Symbols, Monuments, National Parks, etc., Nonfiction » Children's Books » History / United States / 20th Century
Mount Rushmore is one of the largest sculptures in the world. Begun in 1927, the head of four presidents, Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, and T. Roosevelt were carved into the face of a mountain. Mount Rushmore has become one of the most visited tourist attractions in the United States. It stands today as one of the enduring symbols of America. Here are some fun facts about this monument. RL:6.1
South Dakota/McPooch Mail-A-Tale:See Me in South Dakota
Series: McPooch Mail-A-Tale/STATE, STATE. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 20. Language: English. Published: February 16, 2015 by A. A. Randazzo. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » People & Places / United States / General
Each "McPooch Mail-A-Tale" has an adventure and fun facts about a great state in the USA. Characters include J. Pierpont McPooch, the globe-trotting hound dog, his sassy sidekick, Trixie, and Big Bad Benny, the pirate cat, who is after McPooch's magic suitcase. Send a "postcard" on your travels or your home state to the special children in your life.
TIme Spirit
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 64,420. Language: English. Published: January 26, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
Two teens battle a ruthless FBI agent over control of a God-like supernatural link that enables humans to view time.
Monuments to the Dead
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 6,760. Language: English. Published: July 30, 2011 by WMG Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal, Fiction » Fantasy » General
When Mount Rushmore suddenly disappears—no more presidents gracing its face—The American Observer sends Emelia Sunlake to give the California perspective. Emelia wants to put “a white, middle-class, female California perspective” on the experience. But she soon discovers that everyone—white, black, Native and non-Native—sees this strange phenomenon differently.